Racial Differences in Ethnostate Outcomes

Ethnostates are defined as a "political unit that is populated by and run in the interest of an ethnic group," at least according to Wiktionary. When discussing ethnostates, the discussion is usually centered around how it'll be achieved rather than what the ethnostates outcome would actually be. Due to this, nobody really knows how things would … Continue reading Racial Differences in Ethnostate Outcomes

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Hunter Avallone is Wrong About Race and Intelligence: A Response to ‘The Truth About Black People’

About a day ago, the Youtuber Hunter Avallone made a video entitled "The Truth About Black People." In the beginning of the video, Hunter rides with a straw man that hereditarians believe that, and I'm not joking, blacks are dumb because they are black. Anyone who has actually dealt with the literature of the hereditarian … Continue reading Hunter Avallone is Wrong About Race and Intelligence: A Response to ‘The Truth About Black People’

Mental Health of Kids With Same-Sex Parents

Like in my last post (click here), leftist dogma states that there is no difference between kids raised by same-sex parents and those raised by heterosexual parents. An example of this comes from Cornell University: "...children of gay or lesbian parents fare no worse than other children. " Indeed, they even defend the use of small … Continue reading Mental Health of Kids With Same-Sex Parents

Can You Tell Someones Gender With Brain Scans?

Before we begin, one area of contention in the social sciences is the distinction between sex and gender. Some authors and authoritative sources use sex to refer to biological distinctions between people - like genitals, genetics, chromosomes - and gender refers to male and female roles in society that are assumed to be due to … Continue reading Can You Tell Someones Gender With Brain Scans?

Same-Sex Parents and Family Stability

According to leftist dogma (e.g. Cornell University), there is no difference between same-sex parents and heterosexual parents in a multitude of items. Indeed, they claim that there is "no study" that has found a difference between heterosexual parents & same-sex parents. An example of this is Cooper and Cates (2006) who claimed that "Not a … Continue reading Same-Sex Parents and Family Stability